I have been working in photography for 50 years. My primary concentration has been in the area of alternative photographic processes, digital and mixed media as well as large scale photographic installations and more recently, public art.
I have lived my life as a visually challenged person with constant double vision being legally blind in one eye. In much of my photographic explorations I attempt to convey the confusion I live with on a daily basis due to unique visual challenges.
I attended San Francisco State University for a Bachelor’s degree in Art and Florida State University for an MFA. I have received a number of awards including an NEA Visual Arts Fellowship, Colorado Council on the Arts Fellowship and an Aaron Siskind Award many years ago. I currently teach in the Integrated Media Arts Area at the University of Colorado Boulder and have work in several collections including LACMA, Center fro Creative Photography, Princeton Art Museum and San Francisco Museum of Art.